Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting to be Held at PSU

February 10th, 2012 by Nikki-Ann

 

Bertrand Russell Society

39th Annual Meeting at Plymouth State University*

Plymouth, NH 03264

June 1-3, 2012

*Co-sponsored by the PSU Department of History and Philosophy

Final Program

Registration

Includes Friday Buffet, Saturday Evening Banquet, Breakfasts (Sat and Sun),  Lunches (Sat and Sun) and Papers

         Members: $95

         Non-Members: $110

         Students (Members): $45

         Students (Non-Members) and Limited Incomes: $55

 Papers only (no meals)

         One day: $15 (Students $5)

         Two days: $25 (Students $10)

Saturday Evening Banquet Only: $35

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Lodging (on campus)*

         Single: $21/ night (+ onetime charge of $11 for linen)

         Double: $15/ person/ night (+ onetime charge of $11 for linen)

*Campus cafeteria will be closed until noon June 3.

Deadline for Registration is Friday, May 25.

Questions regarding the June Meeting may be directed to:

Ray Perkins: perkrk@earthlink.net

Send checks (both Registration and Lodging) payable to the Bertrand Russell Society to:

                    Ken Blackwell
                    BRS Treasurer
                    c/o Bertrand Russell Research Centre
                    Mills Library 108
                    McMaster University
                    Hamilton, ON
                    Canada L8S 4L6

You can also pay by PayPal to the BRS account, brs-pp@hotmail.com, or by credit card to Arlene (duncana@mcmaster.ca) at the Russell Centre. Ken will acknowledge such payments.

Papers

Papers, of approximately 15-20 min. reading time, on any aspect of Russell’s work or life are welcome. Papers marking the 100th anniversary of BR’s Problems of Philosophy are especially welcome.

Student Essay Competition

Students, both graduate and undergraduate, are also encouraged to submit papers (about 10 pages) for the annual BRS Student Essay Competition. Cash prizes ($100) will be awarded to the best graduate and best undergraduate essay on any aspect of Russell’s work. Essays on Problems are especially welcome.

Papers (or abstracts) and student essays should be sent, by May 1, to:

Prof. Alan Schwerin:  aschweri@monmouth.edu

To view abstracts click here

Accommodations

On Campus (See Lodging above)

Off-Campus

If you wish off-campus accommodations, you make a reservation at one of these suggested inns.

Common Man Inn and Spa

Plymouth, NH

Toll free (866)-843-2626 or (603) 536-2200

 

The Federal House Inn

Plymouth, NH

Toll free (866) 536-4644 or (603) 536-4644

 

Best Inn, now the Cobblestone Inn

Plymouth, NH

(603) 536-2330

Ground Transportation

Bus–Concord Coach Lines (800-639-3317)

Buses daily

Service from Logan Airport, Boston, MA ($53 round trip) Service from Manchester Airport, Manchester, NH ($32 round trip).

For a campus Map please click here

For Directions to PSU pleae click here

Contact Us

Department of History, Philosophy, and Social Studies Education

Chair: Marcia Schmidt Blaine

Memorial Hall, Room 003
(Not always staffed,
please see Nikki.)

Phone: 603-535-3071
Email: nanunes@plymouth.edu
Fax: 603-535-2358

Administrative Assistant
Nikki-Ann Nunes
Rounds Hall 112
Phone: 603-535-3071

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #30
Plymouth, NH 03264